This card is based on the current sketch though I did take a few liberties in adjusting it. Mainly I wanted more of my background print to show so I reduced the size of the rectangle panel a bit. While having the measurements on the sketches can be really helpful, especially if you're new to making cards, I think it's important to remember that being 'exact' is not critical. Don't be afraid to make adjustments and add your own twist.
My craft supply shopping has come to an almost total halt in the past year. The reason is two-fold, I haven't been crafting as much and though I've been doing more graphic design freelance in recent months it's not a steady income and it just wouldn't be prudent to not be extra careful about spending. That being said the papers in this card are from a 6x6 KI Memories pad that I found on my WalMart Clearance rack for $2.00. I picked up two different fall colored pads, each has 32 nice-quality sheets and they are double-sided designs too. So for any of you 'bargain hunters' out there who are short on paper (ROTFL) you may want to check your local store.